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Hisense 4K XT880
Hisense releases 55" 4K TV for $2000

13 Nov 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Following Seiki’s announcement of its new budget 55” 4K TV, Hisense has announced that its 55“ XT880 Ultra HD TV is now available in stores ahead of the Black Friday and holiday sales. It is available for $2000.

Hisense releases 55" 4K TV for $2000

Chinese Hisense recently made headlines after they entered into a strategic partnership with German luxury electronics maker Loewe, and they are now moving aggressively into the 4K arena.

Hisense’s new 55” 4K TV is considerably cheaper than all of the current offerings from major TV brands, while still offerings access to a Smart TV platform and apps such as Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, twitter, and Facebook. It also has built-in WiFi.

Hisense XT800
Hisense XT880


The TV has an edge-lit LED LCD panel with 3840x2160 pixels, and four HDMI 1.4 inputs (but no HDMI 2.0) that can accept 4K signals at up to 30 Hz. It also comes with 3 USB ports and DLNA streaming, and has a slim cabinet with a narrow bezel.

Hisense’s XT880 is available in stores now in USA.

- Source: Engadget



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